Convent of the Sacred Heart pleased with their Lady Gaga special

December 20, 2011

Lady Gaga’s Prep School - Catholic In Name Only

By Frank Walker

December 20, 2011 - “That’s why I’m thrilled that she’s come back. You’ve done so much to help people, and that’s what life is all about really, reaching out and giving. ” That’s what Sr. Angela Bayo, said to former pupil, Lady Gaga, on her ‘family’ television special, “A Very Gaga Thanksgiving” .

Gaga’s alma mater, was happy to offer up its students and faculty to ABC as props this holiday season. In the 90-minute primetime Thanksgiving show, which drew 5.5 million viewers, Gaga performed four selections from her notorious videos including the latest, “Marry the Night”. Third grade girls in pinafores were coached to be ‘little monsters’ as they sang along to her LGBT anthem, “Born This Way”. During “Bad Romance” the upper school girls watched Lady Gaga crow, “I’m a free bitch, baby!” through a plastic penis microphone.

Lady Gaga’s Manhattan girls’ school, the elite Convent of the Sacred Heart, was founded by Jewish convert to Catholicism, Otto Kahn, who donated his huge 5th Ave. mansion to a cloistered order in the 1930’s. The school was dedicated to the mission and values of Saints Madeleine Sophie Barat and Phillippine Duschene. Today Sr. Bayo is the only remaining nun and it is apparently not the same Catholic school it once was.

Though the administration encouraged family involvement with the Gaga special, many parents couldn’t imagine a worse role model for their kids.

If you would like to reach Archbishop Dolan or Sacred Heart and let them know how you feel about the school’s endorsement and collaboration with this perverse telecast, the contact information is here:

Archbishop Timothy Dolan
Archdiocese of New York
1011 First Ave
New York, NY 10022
Ph: 212-371-1000

Dr. Joseph Ciancaglini
Principal, Convent of the Sacred Heart
1 East 91st St.
New York, NY 10128
Ph: 212-722-4745

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